When Will 'Magic Mike XXL' Be On ITunes? Channing Tatum Will Be In Your Face Sooner Than You Think

Magic Mike pretty much started a revolution when it debuted in 2012. Until that movie came out, eye candy films (especially ones about strippers) were almost entirely aimed at men, and women were the ones taking off their clothes for the cameras. But Magic Mike flipped the switch and had the guys — Channing Tatum and Joe Manganiello, no less — disrobing. Then Magic Mike XXL came along this year. The sequel ditched the seriousness of the first film in pursuit of pure fun and more skin, with a plot that centers around a stripper convention (for real). But if you somehow missed Magic Mike XXL during its run in theaters this summer, or you just want to watch it again in the privacy of your own home (because reasons), you're probably wondering when you can download the movie directly into your living room. So, when will Magic Mike XXL be on iTunes?

Unfortunately, there are still a couple weeks remaining before Magic Mike XXL enters your home. The movie hits iTunes and other digital release services on Sept. 22, which is the last day of summer this year. It makes sense that the movie would show up to heat our homes just as the weather turns cooler, but what are Magic Mike fans supposed to do until then? Fortunately, Channing Tatum is in other movies, several of which are streaming on services you probably already subscribe to and can watch right now. So what are you waiting for? Here are six other places to catch Channing Tatum on your TV.

The Eagle

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Tatum may not strip in this period piece, but he does play a Roman soldier who wears a tunic and rides around on a horse. That's something, right?

Where to watch: Netflix.

Side Effects

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This thriller from Steven Soderbergh sees Tatum in one of his more serious roles as the husband to Rooney Mara's character, who has some strange side effects while on a new prescription drug for depression, causing issues for the couple.

Where to watch: Netflix.

G.I. Joe: Retaliation

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OK, the first G.I. Joe movie was Tatum's film while this sequel belongs to The Rock, but Tatum is still in it! And he talks about his underwear!

Where to watch: Netflix and Amazon Prime.

Coach Carter

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Look, it's baby Channing Tatum! In his first film role (albeit a small one), he sports a shaved head and a Southern accent. How times have changed.

Where to watch: Netflix.

Battle In Seattle

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Another early role for Tatum, here he holds his own among Woody Harrelson, Charlize Theron, Ray Liotta, Michelle Rodriguez and more, in an ensemble film about real life clashes between protestors and cops in Seattle in 1999.

Where to watch: Amazon Prime.

The Book of Life

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Just in case it's Tatum's voice that you're into (you never know), he voices one of the main characters in this Dia de los Muertos-themed, beautifully animated film from producer Guillermo del Toro. 

Where to watch: HBO Now.

As you can see, there's more to Channing Tatum than Magic Mike. So get streaming, and before you know it, you'll be drinking a pumpkin spice latte while watching Magic Mike XXL in your living room. Don't you just love fall?

Images: Warner Brothers Pictures

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